Rachel Tozier

Women's Trap

Date of birth:



Pattonsburg, Missouri


University of Central Missouri 14': Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Olympic Experience:

  • 2024 Paris Olympic Games: Women's Trap qualified


Rachel’s stepfather introduced her to firearms by having her shoot every gauge of shotgun in just one day. She started shooting American Trap competitively in 2006 alongside her mother and uncle. The fun competitions turned into a love for the sport, and she was soon introduced to international trap. Rachel joined the U.S. Army Marksmanship program in 2017 which furthered her shooting career. In 2019 she earned a silver medal at the Pan American Games and has since added over 10 more medals to her international haul. When she’s not at the range, Rachel enjoys weightlifting. In fact, before she joined the Army she competed in a few fitness competitions. Rachel also enjoys spending time with her husband Tom and daughter Vivi.

Competition Highlights:

  • 2023 Pan American Games: Bronze, Women's Trap and secured a U.S. Olympic quota for Paris
  • 2023 ISSF World Championship: Silver, Mixed Trap Team
  • 2023 ISSF Rabat World Cup; Gold, Trap Mixed Team and Women’s Trap Team
  • 2022 ISSF Baku World Cup; Gold, Women’s Trap Team
  • 2022 ISSF Lima World Cup; Gold, Women’s Trap Team
  • 2022 ISSF Nicosia World Cup; Silver, Women’s Trap Team
  • 2022 Shotgun National Champion, Women's Trap